| Daniel Parker - 1828 - 348 páginas
...right-hand, and take the lower figure from the one above it, and set down the difference. 3. If the **figure in the lower line is greater than the one above it,** add ten to the upper figure ; from which number so increased, take the lower, and set down the difference,... | |
| William Slocomb - 1828 - 137 páginas
...place of units, take each lower figure from the one above it, and set down the difference. When d} the **figure in the lower line is greater than the one above it,** suppose 10 to be added to the upper figure, and take the difference of their sum; but in this case,... | |
| John Blain - 1857
...take each figure in the lower line from the figure above it, placing the remainder underneath; but, **when a figure in the lower line is greater than the one above it,** increase the upper figure by ten, and then subtract the lower one, remembering, after that, to increase... | |
| William Guy Peck - 1878 - 232 páginas
...each figure in the lower line from the one above it and set the remainder in the line below. III. If **a figure in the lower line is greater than the one above it,** increase the latter by 10, perform the subtraction, and then add 1 to the next figure in the lower... | |
| James William Nicholson - 1889 - 395 páginas
...Subtract each figure in the lower line from the one Itbove it, and set the remainder below. III. // any **figure in the lower line is greater than the one above it,** add 10 to the upper figure before subtracting, and consider the next left-hand figure of the subtrahend... | |
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